Need to Know
A $350 “anti-5G” device is a 128MB USB stick, teardown finds
Comes with a 25-page manual.
What ‘The Stack’ represents and why It’s necessary to IP workflows
By Brad Price, Audinate
How to watch SpaceX’s historic 1st Demo-2 astronaut launch online
By Tariq Malik, Space.com
TSA announces airport screening changes for coronavirus
Not including temperature screening
New SD 8.0 specification is nearly four times faster than the current one
The SD Association, the group that sets the standards for memory cards, announced a new SD 8.0 specification for SD Express memory cards today that will allow the cards to transfer...
Sony’s first AI image sensor will make cameras everywhere smarter
Sony on-device AI image sensor promises to be faster, cheaper, and more secure
Ethernet Alliance study finds Power over Ethernet issues
By Michael Cooney, Networkworld
Zooming High(er)-Quality Audio with ZoomAudioDevice and ProTools
By Steve La Cerra, Mixonline
Interactive coronavirus map released by Johns Hopkins
Johns Hopkins University builds a dashboard to help you keep things in perspective and to visualize your travel in the context of the coronavirus spread.
Zoom doesn’t really have 300 million daily active users
Zoom is having to learn a lot about being a real company
Control system at work: Saving the crew of Apollo 13
By Eric Berger and Lee Hutchinson, Ars Technica
Applying for the Paycheck Protection Program Part 2
By Henry Clifford, Residential Systems
Coronavirus construction restrictions and delayed projects reports
It's different in different states and information is changing daily; here's where things stand as of April plus access to an interactive map on coronavirus construction delays
FCC gives Sony and Google the right to open 3.5 GHz band to commercial use
Two other companies will join them as designated Spectrum Access System (SAS) Administrators as the FCC paves the way for full commercial operations in the 3.5 GHz band.
WATCH: Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance ridethrough
Last week Disney opened its second flagship ride of the decade. Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance is an interactive ride (part of it is trackless); guest can have...
WATCH: Insights on Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
David Niles of Theme Park Insider talks onsite with Walt Disney Imagineering Executive Creative Director John Larena
Need to Know: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
As emerging technologies go, Artificial Intelligence has certainly taken its time in making its presence felt on the world. Surprising as it may be (to some), the term AI...
VR for Global Awareness: Inside the United Nations’ Immersive Initiatives
As the media, entertainment and gaming industries prepare for the predicted explosion in adoption of virtual reality, Gabo Arora, the United Nations’ senior advisor and creative director, is exploring...
Watch: 360-Degree VR Documentaries Heighten Prospects for Non-Profits
A growing number of non-profit organizations are looking to technology to pull viewers into their cause. The 360-degree documentary Clouds Over Sidra, which tracks the Syrian refugee crisis, helped...
Beyond the VR Hype- Collective VR and the New Technology Landscape
At the SXSW Interactive conference each year, the term “Interactive” has usually been painted in huge, rolling strokes that cover any and everything from autonomous cars to music streaming...